Friedman Rubin sponsors the 2021 Brain Injury Art Show
Friedman Rubin is proud to yet again be sponsoring the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington’s annual Art Show. Treat yourself to a visit!
2021 Brain Injury Art Show
The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington’s 13th Annual Brain Injury Art Show is currently on exhibit at the Renton History Museum!
The Art show will be on exhibit until February 11, 2022.
Current Museum hours: Wednesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm
*Visitors must present proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within the last 72 hours.
*Masks are also required.
Cannot make it during the week?
Renton History Museum will graciously have a special opening
at the Museum on
Saturday, January 22, 2022 from 10am – 4 pm just for BIAWA!
Reservations strongly recommended.
Capacity is currently limited to 15 guests at a time.
Contact the Renton History Museum directly for Reservations:
Why are we doing this?
Friedman | Rubin supports BIAWA’s Brain Injury Art Show because we know art can be very helpful to people with brain injuries. We like both how BIAWA is creative with how it goes about helping its constituents but also the resulting art!
Friedman | Rubin supports BIAWA because we have seen first hand how devastating a brain injury can be, and understand the need for an organization that advocates on behalf of the people who have to live with this injury.
Sometimes, BIAWA constituents have sustained their injuries due to negligence of others. These were people or companies that broke rules. As a law firm we hold the rule-breakers accountable for what they have done, helping make the constituents whole again to the extent possible as well as encouraging everyone to be more careful.
What makes BIAWA unique is that they are there with resources and support at a time when people are vulnerable and often don’t know what to do. It is a source of support and comprehensive information for people learning to cope and adjust to life changing injuries. If BIAWA did not exist, there would be no place to turn for help and support. As is usually the case, those with few personal resources would be particularly hard hit.
We encourage you to attend the Brain Injury Art Show at the Renton History Museum. If you have ever come across a person with TBI you know they need all the help and support they can get. The art is worth supporting for its own sake, as well supporting people who have found creative outlets after their injury. The pieces are simply Inspired! Some of the pieces are truly magnificent. Each one will speak to someone.
~Friedman | Rubin Trial Lawyers